Continuous CO2 fluxes in the Cassiope heath

Continuous CO2 fluxes in the Cassiope heath

This blog post was co-authored by Dr. Magnus Lund, Gillian Simpson and Zhila Rashidi (Eosense) BACKGROUND: This summer, researchers from the GeoBasis team at Aarhus University (Denmark) took six eosFD soil CO2 flux sensors to the Zackenberg Research Station in north-eastern Greenland to conduct continuous measurements of soil CO2 fluxes in the Cassiope heath. The […]

Carbon Monitoring in Polygonal Ponds

Carbon Monitoring in Polygonal Ponds

This blog post was co-authored by Dr. Julia Boike and her team and Zhila Rashidi (Eosense) Hot Spots in a cold land The Lena River Delta in northern Yakutia, northeast Siberia, Russia, is one of the largest catchment areas (2,430,000 km2) in the Arctic. Polygonal structures, which are common components of arctic Siberian wetlands, are […]

Hot Spots in a Cold Land

Hot Spots in a Cold Land

This blog post was co-authored by Dr. Julia Boike and her team (AWI) and Zhila Rashidi (Eosense) Polygonal ponds in Siberian permafrost and their effect on CO2 emissions The Lena River Delta in northern Yakutia, northeast Siberia, Russia, is one of the largest catchment areas (2,430,000 km2) in the Arctic. The bed of Lena Delta […]

Trends in CO2 exchange in a high Arctic tundra

Trends in CO<sub>2</sub> exchange in a high Arctic tundra

Permafrost is a solid layer of frozen rock and soil which is mainly found in heart of Arctic, where the average annual temperature lies below ~23°F (-5° C). The Arctic tundra, with underlying permafrost, is stark and treeless all year around but in summer, the topmost layer of the permafrost melts, leaving behind soggy ground […]

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